|Term||Fall 2019, Spring 2020|
|Price 1 semester||$400|
|Price 2 semesters||$700|
Geometry is one of the oldest and most practical branches of mathematics. It is frequently the branch of mathematics that students with dyslexia take to most readily. Geometry leads children to logical thought and proof by an essential sequence of reasoning. Its importance for understanding the basic order of the world around us cannot be overstated.
This course provides a wide-ranging introduction to linear and solid geometry, including similar triangles, congruent triangles, quadrilaterals, polygons, and introductory trigonometry.
This course is set for the appropriate level of difficulty for children who would be in the ninth grade if they were in a public school.
Live Classes: Thursdays, 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. Eastern Time. The first semester begins the week of September 2nd and ends the week of December 16th. The second semester begins the week of January 13th, 2020, and ends the week of May 11th. Students unable to attend a live class will be able to access a recording of the class.
Student Support: The instructor is available via email.
Materials: Students will need the book Introduction to Geometry (available at https://artofproblemsolving.com).